Besides these mentioned trident forces of literary wonders and brains, there also exists umpteen significant and invaluable authors of the pre revolution era in Nepali literature and their major works can be enlisted and amassed as under:
Lekh Nath Paudyal (1941-2002): Born in Pokhara, Lekh Nath Paudyal was honoured with the title of "Kabi Shiromani". He has forever been considered as one of the best and greatest poets of Nepal, also touted as the most positive and optimistic poet ever to have been born. Lekh Nath was a proud receiver of the "Tribhuvan Prize". Works of Lalit Nath Paudyal: Taruntapasi, Buddhibinod, Satyakali Sambad, Mero Ram, Ritubichar, Satyasmriti, Lalitya (in two volumes) etc.
Bal Krishna Sama : Bal Krishna Sama is unanimously deemed and revered as the greatest and most versatile play writer of Nepal, perhaps rightly entitled as the 'Shakespeare of Nepal'. He was the man to have altered the name of "Gorkha Bhasa Prakasani Samiti" into "Nepal Bhasa Prakasani Samiti" and also had worked as the president of it for prolonged periods. He was fêted with the prestigious "Tribhuvan Prize" and the "Prithvi Pragya Prize". Bal Krishna Sama was also honoured by the title "Nattakkar" (literally standing for a numero uno dramatist).
Works of Bal Krishna Sama: Aago Ra Pani, Chiso Chulho.
Laxmi Prasad Devkota: Laxmi Prasad Devkota has generally been looked at as the greatest poet of Nepal, further boosting and lending respect to the list of poets in Nepali literature from the pre revolution era. Laxmi Prasad was born in Kathmandu and later had served as the editor of a magazine titled Yugvani and also was elected the education minister for three months. He was fêted with the title "Mahakabi"; Laxmi Prasad Devkota was also showered with the "Tribhuvan Prize" as a posthumous honour.
Works of Laxmi Prasad Devkota: Shakuntal, Sulochana, Kunjini, Muna Madan, Basanti, Rajkumar prabhakar, Luni, Maharana Pratap, Bankusum, Gaine Geet, Putali, Bhikari, Sunko Bihan, Mendu, Chilla Patharu, Sita Haran, Ravan Jatayu Yudha, Bhawanagangeya, Manoranjan, Chhahara, Navaras, Aakash Bolchha, Katak, Chhangasanga Kura, Mayavini Sarsi, Krishbala, Pramithas, Prithiviraj Chawhan, Maina, Nepali Meghdut, Laxmi Geet Sangraha, Laxmi Kabita Sangraha, Laxmi Katha Sangraha, Laxmi Nivanda Sangraha etc.
Gopal Prasad Rimal : Gopal Prasad Rimal has always earned that exceedingly prestigious respect as serving with zeal, thus a pathbreaking poet of Nepali literature during the pre-revolution era. He had risen his baritone and virile voice against the Ranas quite astoundingly through his gutsy poems. Gopal Prasad Rimal was also fêted with the "Madan Prize" and "Tribhuvan Prize". He is also grossly esteemed and admired as the Aadhunik Kabi (literally standing for modernistic poet).
Works of Gopal Prasad Rimal: Aamako Sapana.
Madhav Prasad Ghimire (1976): Madhav Prasad Ghimire was born in Pustun village, Lamjung in Nepal. He has lent untiring service in "Bhasaanuwad Parishad", Gorkhapatra and the Royal Nepal Academy.
Works of Madhav Prasad Ghimire: Gauri, Rajeshwari, Kinnar Kinnari, Papini Aama, Ballahari, Ghampani, Shakuntala, Malati Mangale, Rashtranirmata etc.
Dharani Dhar Koirala : Born in Betali village of Ramechhap, Dharani Dhar Koirala had spent several significant years of his life in Darjeeling as a teacher. He had earned the coveted position of a renowned poet of Nepal, staying in that position for sizeable years. Dharani Dhar Koirala and his being honoured by the "Tribhuvab Prize", had imparted adiditnal status to Nepali literature from the pre revolution era.
Works of Dharani Dhar Koirala: Naibedya, Spandan.
Bhim Nidhi Tiwari : Bhim Nidhi Tiwari was born in Dillibazar, Kathmandu. Looked at as yet another stellar figure and also one of the greatest literary figures of Nepali literature, he has published virtually thirty eight books, still deemed an unreachable record for Nepali literature in the pre revolution era.
Works of Bhim Nidhi Tiwari: Bayasi Ra Bis Gazal, Tarpan, Kabita Nanda, Bayasi Bhajan, Barsichhya, Yashaswi Shav, Bisphot, Kabita Kunja, Singhadarbar, Titaura Ra Masyoura, Chadbad, Battis Putali, etc.
Some of the other authors to have gained prominence in literary compositions from the pre revolution era in Nepali literature consists- Siddhi Charan Shrestha, Mahananda Sapkota, Sambabhakta Sharma Murari, Madhav Prasad Devkota, Yudha Prasad Mishra, Laxmi Nandan Sharma, Shyam Raja, Bhawani Prasad Sharma, Chhabi Kanta Upadhyaya, Bindu Nath Sharma, Guna Raj Upadhyaya, Hari Prasad Gorkha, Nayan Raj Panta, Gopi Madhav Devkota, Badari Nath Bhattrai, etc.
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